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Dave Seeram is the Editor of PhotographyBB Magazine, photographer, Canucks fan, Lostie,  fanboy, Dad, blogger, entrepreneur, and part-time superhero. Dave is the owner of this blog, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of the PhotographyBB Magazine and CLARITY: PHOTOGRAPHY BEYOND THE CAMERA
4 Responses
  1. hi dave

    great read today, this is something i’ve been dealing with a lot lately.
    time! i posted something on the bb forums a while back about wasting to much time on what i call time killers i.e. the biggest “facebook”. with a 2 year old it seems i’m always going somewhere or doing something for her. i’m trying to get better and have limited my on line reading to only more important sites for learning or news.
    i’m starting to bring my camera more places and i’m considering getting a point and shoot style camera like a G10 or olympus pen so i can have one wherever and whenever i go.
    also along this topic line i need to spend less time sitting in front of the pc and get more exercise.

    keep up the great work


  2. I agree with your blog 100%. This year I challenged myself to be more than a camera owner and to make a photo a day and post it on my website. I encouraged a friend to join me. I later found out that there are some sites that sponser daily post. I joined Blipfoto.com (free) which has a amazing global community of daily photographers. And some days I take more than one photo.

    It is amazing to see how your photographic (and Photoshop) skill can grow in trying new and challenging techniques.

    I only hope people take the time to read and understand your blog post.

  3. Jim

    It’s amazing how we will push our passion to the side. As Richard says joining Blipfoto.com makes you want to pick up your camera and use it.

    I feel guilty if I miss a day and wanting to post a picture a day has made me a better photographer. There is so much just in my yard that I have found because I was outside looking for my pic that day. You don’t need much time, sometimes I’ll take 1 photo, other times I’ll spend hours but it has helped me to use and enjoy my camera and to look around and see what I was missing.


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